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9 thoughts on “ James Moody - Cookin The Blues (Vinyl, LP) ”

  1. James Moody - Moody's Mood for Blues / James Moody's Moods - Amazon Cookin' The Blues + Another Bag (2 LPs on 1 CD) James Moody. out of dig most tracks but this is really a warm up to his next 2 Prestige albums with the same septet HI Fi Party and WAIL MOODY WAIL. On this album Eddie Jefferson sing a couple and Iona Wade sings That /5(5).
  2. James Moody s full-bodied sound on tenor was always original and hard swinging, but as he demonstrated leading these fine small bands, he felt equally at home playing alto sax or flute. Cookin the Blues, the first album here, features his septet recorded live at the Jazz Workshop in June , during his tour on the West Coast/5(2).
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Cookin' The Blues on Discogs. Label: Argo (6) - LP • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Mono • Country: US • Genre: Jazz, Blues • Style: Bop. LPS, , LP James Moody: Cookin' The Blues.
  4. US Cadet Records Stereo label variation Repress/Reissue of the US original edition of: James Moody - Cookin' The Blues. Stereo edition with fading blue-white center labels. Recorded: The Jazz Workshop, San Francisco, /5(3).
  5. Scott Yanow of Allmusic reviewed the album stating "The basic material (mostly standards and blues) are given spirited and swinging treatment by the underrated group". Track listing "Flute 'n the Blues" (Harold Newboldt, James Moody, Arthur Boyd) - "Birdland Story" (Eddie Jefferson, Moody) -
  6. Recently this effort has centered around a bunch of old Argo LPs, including this one by multi-instrumentalist James Moody. This self-titled effort is actually the first album of his as a leader that I've ever purchased and been happy with, as several of his OJC titles never quite did it for me. However, this August session is rather enjoyable/5(3).
  7. Cookin' the Blues is a live album by saxophonist James Moody recorded in San Francisco in and released on the Argo label in
  8. James Moody's definitely feelin it here – stepping back into a straighter hardbop mode after some funkier sets of the early 70s – really sounding great on tenor, alto, and flute – and working with a very hip quartet for the date! Kenny Barron's in the group on both electric and LP, Vinyl record album.
  9. God, we love James Moody! He's a total genius, waiting to be fully rediscovered – and this album is a perfect place to start! The record features James playing soprano and flute over some incredible arrangements by Tom McIntosh, the hip 60s composer/arranger who worked on some of Moody's best work – and who here shifts between a slightly funky mode, and one that's got .

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